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Will Clark - Highland League title race is a sprint not a marathon

Will Clark - Highland League title race is a sprint not a marathon

Will Clark - Highland League title race is a sprint not a marathon

Highland News and Media sports editor Will Clark gives his views on this season's Highland League title race.


St Duthus looking to move up the table

St Duthus looking to move up the table

St Duthus looking to move up the table

St Duthus can leapfrog opponents Golspie Sutherland into second in the North Caledonian League Division One table with three points tomorrow.


Second time of asking for Alness at Thurso

Second time of asking for Alness at Thurso

Second time of asking for Alness at Thurso

Alness United will finally try to play their North Caledonian Cup first round tie against Thurso after the first attempt at the match was called-off.


Campbell wants to see improvement

Campbell wants to see improvement

Campbell wants to see improvement

Gary Campbell is still looking for more from his Invergordon side despite sitting top of the North Caledonian League.


County aim to end Celtic’s record run

County aim to end Celtic’s record run

County aim to end Celtic’s record run

Harry Paton is urging his Ross County team-mates to believe they can create shockwaves in Celtic’s empty backyard.


Kettlewell wants strength of mind

Kettlewell wants strength of mind

Kettlewell wants strength of mind

Stuart Kettlewell has denied “throwing players under the bus” after the loss at Kilmarnock – insisting he retains faith in his young squad’s ability.


Paton on Canadian award shortlist

Paton on Canadian award shortlist

Paton on Canadian award shortlist

Ross County midfielder Harry Paton has been named on the shortlist for the Canadian Youth International Player of the Year award.


Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

Kettlewell at ease with high pressure

Stuart Kettlewell and Celtic boss Neil Lennon share common ground with pressure at the moment, but Ross County's manager is not letting it get to him.


Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

Age is no excuse for poor form, says Paton

Harry Paton insists it is up to every Ross County player – young and old – to demonstrate their depth of commitment to the cause.


St Duthus throw away lead to lose at Loch Ness

St Duthus throw away lead to lose at Loch Ness

St Duthus throw away lead to lose at Loch Ness

Loch Ness were two goals behind.


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